Market Musings Blog

Transitional blueberries from the northwest

Looking for blueberries, now that the Michigan blueberry season has come to an end? Read more …

6 Tips for Success with Whole30

It is true – the elusive tiger blood is real! I have to admit, I thought it was a myth and that I could never feel the way the Hartwigs describe. Mind you, it took me until about the last 5 days of my Whole30 to really start to feel the effects and find success with Whole30. Read more …

Expanding culinary horizons with Whole30

One of the my favorite parts of our Whole30 journey is exchanging delicious new recipes with one another. Sharing a meal with friends at work is such a good way to try new tastes (and combine cooking responsibilities!) Read more …

The unofficial start of summer

Fire up those coals – we have something for everyone for your grill!
Our Market Made brats are made in small batches with the highest quality ingredients to give you a great tasting brat you’re can’t find anywhere else. Read more …

Serious citrus

Citrus shines in the winter months, and thank goodness for that! The brightness that they offer in color and in flavor helps shake us from our winter slumber. Read more …

Hoppin’ John for good luck in the new year

New Year’s Day in the American South is celebrated by many families with Hoppin’ John, a stew made with black eyed peas. Some people add a penny or other small trinket to the beans when serving them. Whoever finds it is promised especially good luck in the new year. As many recipes can be found for Hoppin’ John as there are cooks who make it, so use this one as a foundation for creating your own version. Read more …

Locally-loaded potato soup

Looking over this week’s deals, a meal idea jumped out at us – Mashed potato soup, loaded with local ingredients! Read more …

Ode to Lard

There was a time, not so long ago, when lard was viewed with the suspicion usually accorded street drugs. Read more …

Good-bye Red Delicious

Crunchy, sweet, tart, crisp, tangy, floral, sour, sticky, green, burgundy, pink, yellow. The list goes on in how one could describe an apple. Read more …

A gluten- & dairy-free cake to die for

Whenever I’m asked for recipes that don’t include gluten-producing flours and/or dairy, my first impulse is to suggest looking to food cultures that don’t use these products much or at all: Read more …